India to lose most if war with Pakistan erupts: New York Times

20 Aug, 2015 12:05 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan and Indian should take advantage of the National Security Advisers level dialogues as the cross-border violence has surged in recent months, raising new fears that the attacks could spiral out of control and set off another war between the two nuclear-armed adversaries.

An editorial published in the New York Times stated that the Kashmir remains a dangerous flash point between India and Pakistan and the issue should be dealt carefully.

According to the editorial, Pakistan and Indian should resolve their issues through dialogues.

The editorial made it clear that India has the most to lose if another war erupts.

Earlier, the United States and the United Nations secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, had urged India and Pakistan to exercise restraint and solve their differences through dialogue.

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